'America's Next Top Model' re-starts auditionsPosted: Updated:
Bronx modeling hopefuls lined up for 'America's Next Top Model' auditions Saturday, a redo of the first set of tryouts, which ended in Pandemonium.
At last month's auditions for the show, smoke from an overheating car caused panic and stampeding in the lines. This time, police, barricades and neat lines created order, and family members and friends weren't allowed to stand in line with contestants. Overnight lining up was also banned.
Thousands gathered in hopes of making it onto the show. As before, only girls 5'7" and under were allowed to compete for a spot. This will be the show's 13th cycle.